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"A Special Access Program is an intelligence program classified above top-secret. They are held on closed servers at secret locations. The only way to get one is if you are specifically read on to a program, have a need to know, then you must physically go to a location and pass through several layers of security to even look at the program. A good example in non-classified terms would be the locations and operations of our intelligence operatives around the glove, or our missile silo locations. SAP is granted on a need to know basis, and Hillary did not have any need to know any of the programs on her server. All I can tell you about the SAPs is that Hillary had them, and she did not have proper authority to have any of them. They were leaked to her by someone, and she did sell them to overseas donors. Possessing them alone makes her guilty of treason."

If these "SAP" programs are so secretive that you have to go to a secure location to see them, then it doesn't made sense that they could be viewed remotely from someones home. Secondly, if they did have a remote access feature, then they would have had to give Hillary access at some point, and or would be able to tell that she was accessing the program. Third, if she did have a SAP program installed on her computer it would have been relatively useless as the important information likely resides on some government server in a secret location that wouldn't be accessible remotely. In summary, if these SAP's are as important as people say they are then there wouldn't be away to access them remotely, and IF there were away it would be closely monitored and they would know anytime someone accessed the program thus it wouldn't be some secret that she had access.